[JBNU People] Professor Seok-in Na (Department of Flexible and Printable Electronics)
홍보실 | 2022-08-24 | 조회 68485
Professor Seok-in Na boasts outstanding research achievements in the fields of new material development and solar cell application research. Two of his papers were cited more than 1,300 times regarding a study that suggested the possibility of using highly conductive polymer material as a component for transparent electrodes. Two other papers, which revealed that graphene material can be used as an excellent interfacial layer material, were cited more than 700 times in academic circles for producing high-performance electronic devices. Another paper was cited more than 100 times regarding the process technology development and application technology based on large-area liquid process for producing low-cost electronic devices.
Professor Na's research on solar cells and related new energy materials, which are some of the new and renewable energies for the future, is closely related to our lives. The idea of solving the environmental and energy depletion problems caused by fossil energy led him to pursue research in this field. As a researcher who continues to take up the challenge of developing new technologies, Professor Na hopes that his efforts will have a positive impact on our lives and our future.
Feb 2010 / Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Doctor of Materials Science and Engineering
Feb 2005 / Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Master of Materials Science and Engineering
Feb 2003 / Jeonbuk National Univ. Bachelor of Materials Science and Engineering
Temperature-controlled slot-die coating for efficient and stable perovskite solar cells / Journal of Power Sources, Vol 539
Enhanced Performance of Perovskite Solar Cells via Reactive Post-treatment Process Utilizing Guanidine Acetate as Interface Modifier / RRL Solar, Vol 5
Antisolvent Additive Engineering Containing Dual-Function Additive for Triple-Cation p–i–n Perovskite Solar Cells with over 20% PCE / ACS Energy Letters, Vol 5
Direct 3D Printing of Graphene Nanoplatelet/Silver Nanoparticle-Based Nanocomposites for Multiaxial Piezoresistive Sensor / Advanced Materials Technologies, Vol 4